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... the valley.
It feels strange to think we return to normal life in a little over four days. The fact we dont know what day of the week it is today probably best illustrates the extent to which we have been able to switch off. A truly magical trip and we plan to make the most of our remaining times dinner awaits at "the only place to eat in Kootenay". I think that review actually means there isnt any where else to get food!
... table while we planned our itinerary for the rest of the day. We headed back into the Kootney National Park because we wanted to walk a trail before we left. We walked the 2.7km to Dog Lake, crossing over 2 large swing bridges over the river along the way. It was pretty disappointing with the lake being very small and not too interesting. On the walk back along the path Sarah spotted some woodpeckers up in the trees. It turned out ...
... especially for my Brother...
He order a huge plate which could have fed 3 to 4 people for him self. That happens when you won't read the details! We had at least something to laugh about at the evening.
The next day was my day in Calgary with Michelle-Ann, to pick up the rental car.
Marco and Andrea went to the hot springs and the Hoodoos with Alex. "By the way, thanks a lot for the favor Alex! :)"
I even got a bit ...
... and rode for the day. In the afternoon/evening we did the touristy things like the Lake Lousie Chateau. Had a look around here, was very nice inside. Then had a look outside at the frozen lake and the big ice sculpture, very pretty. Didn’t go ice skating though as it was rather chilly there. Checked in at the hotel and walked into town, had a look around a few shops and went to the Old Spaghetti Factorie for dinner (pretty ...
- Christmas isn't advertised months in advance
- They drive on the wrong side of the road (roundabouts are especially scary)
- Toilets are called washrooms
- There is no such thing as online bill payments
- Cellphones are incredibly expenisive and complicated to set up. Sim cards don't even come with numbers
- If you want a credit card with ...